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francisco to pacifica and back opinion paul chambers is at san francisco state university where the-it a hole. >> the cab ended up on san francisco state university. police told me it all started when the cab was dropping off a person that had too much to drink. this were able to track the cab by gps from the cab company. as the driver was able to help someone out, another person unrelated jumped in the car and took off. the suspect drove the car through several city streets before hopping on interstate 280 driving at high rates of speed. ending up at pacifica and coming back up 280 and ending upright here. >> we see this taxi cab and slams into the parking poles here. soon enough a he >> suspect is still out at large right now. there is no information about the suspect at they are wrapping up their routine. checking everything out. we'll stay on top of this and bring you the very latest as it develops. >>> also over night a crash into a power pole in oakland sparked on electric flash seen for miles and cut power for thousands of homes. this pi
at san francisco state university where the-it a hole. >> the cab ended up on san francisco state university. police told me it all started when the cab was dropping off a person that had too much to drink. this were able to track the cab by gps from the cab company. as the driver was able to help someone out, another person unrelated jumped in the car and took off. the suspect drove the car through several city streets before hopping on interstate 280 driving at high rates of speed. ending up at pacifica and coming back up 280 and ending upright here. >> we see this taxi cab and slams into the parking poles here. soon enough a he >> suspect is still out at large right now. there is no information about the suspect at they are wrapping up their routine. checking everything out. we'll stay on top of this and bring you the very latest as it develops. >>> also over night a crash into a power pole in oakland sparked on electric flash seen for miles and cut power for thousands of homes. this pickup truck you can see in the picture hit the pole at foothill boulevard and church street at
$200,000 for funds request and san francisco state university for one request and -- schedules and the prop k pedestrian participation program. this is an action item. >> thank you, comments or questions? let's go to public comments? commissioner yee? >> i have a question on one of the allocations, the 146,000 for san francisco state university to basically come up with a plan to improve the pedestrian walkway and so forth. the question here is because this is a project of san francisco state that's building a wellness center and they need to -- they realize there is going to be more traffic caused by that. so maybe it's a clarification here where a lot of times i keep on hearing when san francisco state has projects, we have no jurisdiction over it, and now, they are building a building that would impact the street and i'm wondering, this is just the planning phase of it, but in terms of the implementation of it, they build on and so forth who is paying for that? is it assumed that city will be paying for this when a lot of times when they have their projects, we have no con
, my name is randy tran. i'm a student from the san francisco state university. i just want to make a comment that it was very moving and it was a hard touching moment for me today to witness the board presenting an award to pastor roads for his achievements in the community. it was very inspiring and motivating. and i just think that we should be able to find such people in throughout the community, throughout the city to present such award to ward them for their lifetime achievements to the community. they really make the community better as a whole and i know that the more you probably present such award to more people it's less prestigious of an award maybe but i'm sure there are people that have contributed very much to many profound changes to the community and they should be, i believe they should be awarded as well. it really inspires. as you can see pastor had a lot of family here in the crowd. i'm sure that made him really happy. i don't know him but i'm really happy and it just really motivates one to just have a different outlook on life and possibly backup a piece of l
and see what the fuss was all about. so let's see. while attending san francisco state university as an accountinging major, anthony's friend jokingly suggested he make cookies to make ends make. with no formal culinary training he opened his own bakery and is now the no. 1 producer of gourmet cookies in the biarea and thank you for joining us on quick bites. how do you feel? >> i feel great. >> so i want to get to the bottom of some very burning questions. why cookies? >> it was a recommendation from a friend. hard to believe that's how it all started. >> why not pies and cakes? what do you have against pies and cakes, anthony. >> i have nothing against pies and cakes. however, that was the recommendation. >> you were on the road to be an account apblt. >> actually, an engineer. >> even better. and it led to making cookies. >> in delicious ways. >> delicious ways. >> this is where the magic goes down and we're going to be getting to the truth behind cookies and cream. >> this is what is behind cookies and cream. >> where were you when the idea came to your mind. >> i was in
to 80 northbound toward san francisco state university. optimally, this is where it ended up in the driver of the cab got out and ran. the cab itself slammed here and he left on foot. at this point they check the the perimeter and made an act of shirts. we had a chance to talk to one of the students here who sought whole thing. >> we were just riding a round and we came out and saw this taxicab roll up and this guy jumps out of it even before it stopped. as soon enough the cops pulled up and they start running. >> they had to give up the search for the suspect because they did have a perimeter aisle. they stothere s still a lot of questions and we do not have any informational the suspect or the description of him. we are not sure why the cap was stolen and there is no information on that. all of these questions need to be answered but everything is back to normal here at the campus. >> there are a lot of stolen cars that you saw all these cops chasing this cat. i thought that the extra b. i can see why they were trying to get this. >> this sounds like the one this capp was s
. since the last budget we were able to obtain $81,000 and san francisco state university and general properties of the galleria. we anticipate spending about $63661 for the grant activity. in august of 2012 we were able to obtain a grant for $1.5 million. we will increase federal revenues and decrease other revenues by $251, 892 dollars. next we have the project, we are experiencing a total amount of $91,000 for next year. during the year we were able to obtain $434, 531. the treasure island mobility mansion, the item you just heard before, this item, we received a $500,000 federal grant from mtc. we will be spending approximately $64, 101 this year. this is the largest budget announcement. we are recognized $34.1 million revenues we'll be receiving from mtc. what happened is we anticipated this in the last fiscal year but do -- due to a lack of full completed analysis, we were not able to pay cal trans and not able to recognize that revenue. this year we anticipate we'll receive most of the invoices and anticipate receiving full complete invoices to recognize the full $34 million.
at the video of the chase. it started at san francisco state university. the can drive helping sick passenger fro can. wher thooef crashed the vehicle and took off running. >>> two memorials dedicated to an officers who was killed to a line of d cleaning up the graffitis and damaging -- another officer was also targeted with spray paint. >>> a surprise decision today by a federal judge will remove all restrictions for anyone seeking the morning after birth control pills. that ruling is facing heavy criticism from some conservative. >> for several years girls ed prescription from their doctors the morning after pills. >> who both want age restrictions on plan b. >> we do not have enough evidence that all those who could use the medicine of plan bcan understand the label and use it appropriately. >> the group president says teen girls need parents and not access to abortion inducing drugs. the age restriction is about politics and not health care. >> which is what we see happening over and over again. >> the religionous coalitio reproductive sif choice says the judges decision will improve heal
280. >> police are still searching for a suspect at the hour. san francisco state university police located the stolen cab near campus. it will bring you updates as they become available. >> the 2012 tet is are back in san francisco and ready to open the season. >> the giants will began the season by hoisting the tap into the flag this afternoon. before taking on the site was cardinals. >> mvp buster posey also be honored before the game. barry zito will throw out the first pitch at 125. loyal fans are expected to pack a stadium to see their team open what they hope to be another successful season. kron fours will tran will have a live report coming up. >> off-duty paramedical shot in the head in the oakland hills earlier this week has died. 34 year-old when boyer died at highland hospital yesterday afternoon. he was in critical condition. investigators say that he crashed his car into a ravine after being shot in the head while driving. kron fours broke with one of his co-workers at santa clara county ambulance. >> it is very difficult to get through something like that. >> police
including san francisco state university the university of san francisco and uc berkeley in the bay area, four colleges have enacted the divestment policies they are the college of the atlantic, sterling college, (inaudible) and the mayor of seattle is p pursuing divestment, vermont, and it is co-sponsored by 25 state representative and four senators in the state of vermont. divestment is the important compliment to the climate work and others happening. locally we have succeeded in significantly reducing our emissions and close to launching the clean power. california is moving for ward with the implementation with ab 32, environmentalists are finding to stop the keystone pipeline and there are hundreds and thousands of people to protest the pipeline when president obama came to san francisco. but government action is not enough. the fossil fuel companies are the root of our climate problems, in fact the companies have tried very, very hard to make sure that the debate and discourse about the climate action is something that is not scientific at all and it is based on things that do not
go to san francisco state university. i'm here to say thank you for continuing to take on such an important issue of our time. i understand that clean power for san francisco can be very complicated and i admire your patience and [speaker not understood] for successful program. i would like to ask for the kind of rec's we would be receiving from shell and what this means for the prices that residents will pay. i think this is a important measure to stay competitive with pg&e's green tariff program. i would also like to give a special thanks when you mention the finest green program and find it as soon as possible. i also feel that we need to inform more people about the program. as a cr club intern i'm calling members to let them know about the program and to my surprise, even the cl club members don't know about it. so, i feel like we need to start up a positive information outreach. we can get online and make sure people know about it and make sure they get excited about the program so when it starts they won't mind maybe paybacktion a little more than they have to an
francisco ending up here on the san francisco state university crashing into a pole. >> we see this taxi cab roll up and the guy jumps out of it and it slams into the parking poles. >> now police searched the campus and questioned a few people but have yet to take anyone to custody. as of right now there is no suspect description. i will tell you the cab driver was able to get his cab back and drive it away safely. live in san francisco i'm paul chambers. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> they tried to pull over a driver but the suspect fired at least one shot at officers. officers though were not hurt and they managed to arrest the suspect. >>> a sympathy strike being held today will effect service in five bay area cities. the cities in question are daly city, pacifica, half-moon bay, fremont, and fairfield. they are all serviced by al lied waste republic services. union workers are supporting a strike back in youngstown, ohio where workers are claiming unfair label practices. our ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty took pick curs of the overflowing garbage cans so far in daly city. websites are a
on a chase through northern san mateo county before ending up near san francisco state university. abc7 news reporter kira klapper is right now joining us live with more on the search. >> good morning to you. minutes ago, police cleared the scene behind me. it was a yellow san francisco taxicab that the man stove crashing it on campus and ran. this was a very high speed chase up to 100 miles per hour on 280. police spotted the stolen cab at 1 colon 15 this morning and the c.h.p. and pacifica police backed them up chasing the man. he went from 280 to highway one, through daly city, through pacifica, and ended up back in san francisco. he ran from the cab near san francisco state near the campus bookstore. police lost him. witnesses say the thief was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and a hat. he want straight up campus beyond the creative arts building and to 19th avenue. it is an ongoing investigation so police are not saying much else. they are reporting line in san francisco for abc7 news. >> thank you kira klapper. >> it is friday morning! now a check with lisa argen and find out how the
that stole a cab and took him on a high speed chase and crashed it on san francisco state university. i'll show you the details coming up. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >>> there it is right on time. the opening bell this morning. it will be an interesting day. we did have that mixed economic news. mostly disappointing in terms of the monthly jobs report that came out exactly one hour. there at the new york stock exchange. i want to bring your attention to a very nice organization. grace institute visiting the new york stock exchange. founded back in 1897 by wr gray. she was twice elected mayor of new york city. they are celebrating 116 years. grace institute. >>> time right now is 6:30. good morning. thank you for joining us on the ktvu channel 2 morning news it
speed chase in a stolen taxi cab. paul chambers is at san francisco state university where this pursuit ended. we understand that taxi has just been removed but a pretty big crash there. >> that is correct. in the last six minutes the cab driver was given the cab to take back. it was right here behind us. there is nothing but space behind us right now. police went on a high speed chase this morning. let's take a look at the video. trailed by at least a half dozen police officers suspect in a stolen cab drove through several city streets before hopping on 280 and speeding down the highway ending up at pacifica where the suspect turned around and came back to san francisco. >> we see this taxi cab
in oakland. >> new this morning, san francisco police are searching for the man who stole a cab and refused to stop for officers. the chase spanned several bay area cities coxing to a dramatic end at san francisco state university. abc7 news reporter kira klapper is live at the cab company. >> police are coming here to look at surveillance video. the yellow cab has a dash camera that shows what goes on inside the taxi and on the road ahead. the yellow cab is not releasing the video saying the purpose is for the police. they do say the video will help them identify and catch this thief who stole a cab. the pursuit of the stolen taxi started at 1:15 this morning with a cab driver trying to be nice. >> the taxicab was parked in the district and he got out of the vehicle to help a passenger who was not feeling well and the suspect jumped into the cab and fled the area. >>the man led the san francisco police, the california highway patrol and daly city officers on a chase from san francisco to daly city and back. as he approached the campus of san francisco state, he slowed the ford escape taxi
. the driver finally jumps out of the moving taxi at san francisco state university. police still searching up and down that campus. so far no luck finding that suspect. >>> the man who police say rammed his car into a san jose walmart on easter sunday has now been charged with attempted murder. a mechanic from seaside, 33-year-old haamid zaid was in court yesterday. he has not yet entered a plea. zaid is facing charges. if convicted of charges he could spend the rest of his life in prison. he's set to return to court april 9th to face different charges. police say he drove a different car into a san jose car wash last december. no one was hurt in that crash. >>> a very sad story here. the san jose paramedic that was shot right in the head during a drive by has unfortunately died. this morning the hunt continues for the gunman. police say quinn boyer was attacked tuesday morning after visiting his father's home in oakland. when boyer stopped at the intersection of keller and hanson drive, a driver in another car shot at him and hit him right in the head. boyer will then hit the gas pedal prope
this morning near san francisco state university. then led police on a chase before the thief got away. this is video of the chase. investigators say the driver was -- the tax taxi driver was helping a passenger to the door when the thief jumped in and took off. they used gps to find it. they chased the thief to pacifica and back to san francisco state. >> we see this taxicab roll up and this guy jumps out of it before it stops and it slams into the parking poles here and a cop pulls up behind him. he jumps out and both start running. >> i that are checking the cab's cameras to see if they can identify the thief. >>> a controversial decision was made this morning on the morning-after pill. a federal judge decided the contraception should be available for anyone regardless of their age. janine de la vega joins us live with some reaction from san jose. >> reporter: good afternoon. well here at planned parenthood a young girl can go in and get the morning-after pill after she visits the doctor but now they could be able to go into a pharmacy and buy that emergency contraception. right n
. i have had lots of different jobs. my main job has been doing social work for san francisco state university. i have been a community organizer, a social worker, but i have also been a legislative aide. i worked mostly for community- based organization supporting kids and families, working for labor. i got to see how city hall could be an effective tool to create change. i looked at running in 2007, 2008, and somehow i made it. i have been in politics for so many ways, doing work around central america, supporting people in central america against u.s. imperialism, their right to live, self determination. i did a lot of work on that on campus when i was in college. a bit of work on apartheid when i was in college as well. >> i never got involved in supporting a candidate. i never thought a candidate was someone that i would support. then when tom ammiano ran against willie brown, i got inspired. i thought, someone with integrity and honesty, if they can run for mayor, maybe i can be somebody who represents what is true about our people. that is what inspired me to run and be a can
. i was able to go to san francisco state university because of the workers at girls 2000. now my mom wouldn't let college not an option but i have people on my back. and these girls have that now, but if they don't have the money, what are they going to do? and (inaudible) is telling me it's going to be okay, and deep down i don't know if we will be able to come back and have a program after april 31. and that's sad because school starts. like what are these girls going to do? some of them don't have money for school supplies or backpacks. they can't even go home and get a meal. and i am not being funny and not crying because i am pregnant, saying that pregnant people are emotional. this is real, and it hurts me to be at that office and not knowing if these girls can come and we may have to close our doors. i hope you guys take that into consideration. >> mike brown. [applause] >> excuse me, shamon, could you ask girls 2000 how much was cut? >> she told me 110,000. >> okay. thank you. >> mike brown, founder of inner city youth. i been working with the youth from bay-view, lakeview, a
. >> a former san francisco state university vendor could be facing time in prison because of bribery. they were arraigned today on 250 felony charges. they believe that they took bribes in exchange for $4 million in university contracts to the company from 2002, 2009. >>> tomorrow, the parents of the brothers are expected to arrive here in the united states. new information reveals that the cia wanted to add the older brother to a watch list. a u.s. official who spoke on this, said that tamarlan was added to a database following the information that the agency received from russia. now some are asking if further information should have been taken after he posted radical information online. >> he posted on the internet -- >> the new information could prompt congressional inquiries if he was adequately investigated. >> tensions high on the mobile river in alabama after several massive explosions on two fuel barges. tonight, three people are in the hospital with injuries. the explosions happened on natural gas barges east of downtown mobile. firefighters say they plan to let the barging burn into
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